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In the quest of uplifting capabilities, better serving our customers, improving the bottom line or acquiring market share, organizations have a mix
Intentional conversations are based on conscious design of the purpose, with forethought given to context and timing.
Culture doesn't eat strategy for breakfast!
What on earth does having your ducks in a row mean anyway? Does it mean everything is ship shape and Bristol fashion?
It’s funny how things trigger your creative juices isn’t it … someone made the following comment in my Change Management and the Brain article post
Corporate Innovation Program is the buzz word these days, and for very good reason.
But my title as a Business Change Manager seems to stump a lot of recruiters.
Benchmarking of leadership traits are very useful in operational, supervisory level roles where processes are repeatable and reliable.
In the world of Business Transformation (BT), project management plays a critical part in the successful delivery of the business transformation pr
I tend to say I’m a Designer by trade, but a Change Manager by heart. But I also add that it’s all the same, and here’s why.
Corporate innovation is an important feature in large organizations.
We've done it! The project is about to go live. Okay, we need to think about how we ensure the change is sustained in the business.
Could you introduce yourself and what you do?
Here are the FIVE Observations that make corporates need Corporate Innovation, within this year:
All transformations boil down to 2 things - mechanisms and behaviors.
I am seeing numerous examples whereby organizations are haemorrhaging money due to the fact that employee engagement has been limited to the job on
This article is a bit of a "throw away" for the weekend and again was as a result of a “swimming pool” moment ...
Lean Six-Sigma, TQM and Process Improvement will create efficiencies and reduce cycle time, of that there is no doubt.
“It works in practice, but will it hold up in theory.” - Anonymous
If you want change to stick you need to kick the bucket.
In my spare moments, I occasionally indulge in a bit X-Box activity.
Poor organisational cultures can cause serious harm to the wellbeing of people, communities, society and the environment, in many different and sig
Ketan Patel (UK Operations Director at Change Management Institute) spoke at our Excellence in Leadership (EiL) conference in October 2018 on "Conn
There is a great deal written about how to create success, both for individuals, teams and organisations, but some of our experience suggests that
‘Don't sweat the small stuff’ is an American informal phrase people use in order to tell someone not to worry about little things.
In the world of elite professional sport athletes and teams look for every opportunity to improve physical and psychological performance.
RELEVANCE = the degree to which something is related or useful to what is happening
We conducted a Q&A interview with Chloe Avril, Global Technology Activation Lead at EY, around innovation, creativity and how they affect busin
System integration. Organisational restructures. Business mergers. These are things that happen every single day, in organisations all over the wor
Implementing change in a moral and effective way is of little value, if the change itself is morally deficit.
In 2001 the largest five companies in the world by market capitalisation were GE, Microsoft, Exxon, Citi and Walmart.
My esteemed colleague Adrian Reed put a fascinating post on his 
Over the last few years you can’t have failed to notice a number of factors coming together in a potent mix, creating the opportunity for “digital
In part 3 of this exclusive video series, Bryan Robertson discusses whether continuous improvement could be adapted and applied to any organisation
The chances of getting what we want to increase as we become clearer about what we want. Do you want a better version of now or something new?
Like many frameworks and methodologies, it's all too easy to wave the flag claiming to be a dedicated follower and implementer of 'good practise'.
It is virtually impossible nowadays to have a 10-minute business conversation without the words “digital transformation” coming up.
Agile shines a light on dysfunction.  Once the dysfunction is exposed, you have 2 options:  1) fix it or 2) sweep it back under the rug.
Over the last few weeks I have been finessing a lot of presentations; one for a team building session I hosted in London, another for the upcoming
There was a time for many businesses and other organisations, when the essence of good practice was to develop a way of doing things, get good at d